dSPACE V2X Interface for waveBEE

One for all: Testing a wider range of applications for connected vehicles

The dSPACE V2X Interface for waveBEE makes it possible to integrate dSPACE advanced HIL- or PC-based simulation solutions for ADAS/AD into a waveBEE V2X simulation environment by Nordsys for testing applications such as Day One or connected automated driving.

Application Areas

Vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communication – which allows cars, infrastructure like traffic lights or cameras at intersections, and vulnerable road users to communicate with each other and see around corners – will be a key enabler for more comfortable, more efficient, and safer driving. V2X will leverage cars to a higher level of cooperation and autonomy. However, the greater complexity of V2X-enabled use cases, such as sensor sharing, platooning, or cooperative driving, and close integration with vehicle functions for perception, sensor fusion, and maneuver planning make using V2X beyond Day One more challenging with regard to testing and validation, thus requiring more advanced SIL and HIL simulation. The V2X Interface for waveBEE, which integrates the V2X simulation environment by Nordsys with SCALEXIO or VEOS, and dSPACE Automotive Simulation Models (ASM), together with the included infrastructure, can help you tackle the complexity of testing to bring your connected vehicle to the market faster, regardless of the V2X technology or world region for which your product is intended.

Key Benefits

The V2X Interface for waveBEE is a flexible solution that supports all relevant V2X standards for C-V2X and DSRC paired with scalable computation power to allow for numerous simulated communication nodes such as vehicles or roadside units. It lets you deal with a wide range of use cases, from V2X Day One applications to collective perception and cooperative driving. Support for functional testing and seamless integration into the PC-based SIL platform VEOS with a smooth transition to integration tests and HIL system tests makes it possible to reuse simulation models and test scenarios during the main stages of the development process. Realistic HIL simulation with SCALEXIO and waveBEE including channel attenuation and load generation ensures stable testing and safeguards the reliability of your device and applications. This is complemented by ASMs with comprehensive models including sensor and infrastructure simulation to generate complex messages such as MAP or SPAT, thus allowing you to concentrate on the actual test and validation task. Finally, the seamless integration with dSPACE test solutions for ADAS/AD and the use of cutting-edge test methods such as scenario generation and scenario-based testing help manage complexity and reduce the workload and expenses when testing functions for connected automated vehicles. Since the solution is based on standardized V2X protocols, you can even integrate and use your preferred simulation models and test environments.

Functionality Description
  • ConfigurationDesk Custom Function/Simulink® blockset to integrate waveBEE V2X simulation environment by Nordsys into a dSPACE SCALEXIO or VEOS-based simulation environment
  • Support for relevant V2X standards in Europe, the US/Korea and China
  • Support for C-V2X and DSRC (IEEE 802.11p) communication
  • Wide range of use cases, from V2X Day One to sensor sharing and cooperative driving
  • Infrastructure simulation in ASM and generation of V2X messages
  • Scalable computation power for up to 60 simulated communication nodes such as vehicles or RSUs
  • Channel attenuation and V2X load generation to ensure stable testing and safeguard reliability of device
  • Smooth transition from SIL to HIL testing to cover main stages of the development process
  • Easy integration with dSPACE solutions for ADAS/AD, forming a test platform for autonomous and cooperative vehicles
  • Can be combined with existing test and simulation environments

  • dSPACE V2X Interface for waveBEE Informations produit, PDF, Anglais, 472 KB
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